Cosmic Journey through Hubble and Cassini – Trailer

Posted on August 16th, by admin in Movies, Video. No Comments

A stunningly beautiful, totally immersive 3D journey from Shuttle launch to the far edge of the known universe and back. Embrace one of the finest 3D experiences using images from Hubble and Cassini and using our very own custom technology to see the clouds of Jupiter, the rings of Saturn, gaseous nebula and far away galaxies brought to life like you have never seen before.
With full educational graphics, educational support, engaging sound mix and some of the best 3D you have ever seen.

Space is truly gargantuan and has never looked so good. This is space travel at its best, you will love your COSMIC JOURNEY.

Rollercoaster Tycoon, The Movie

Posted on August 16th, by admin in Movies, Press. No Comments got a scoop that Sony Pictures Animation has picked up movie rights to Rollercoaster Tycoon. Atari’s Jim Wilson will be executive producer with Nick Reed and Zwart for the movie. Zwart is also the director of upcoming The Karate Kid remake.

The games have sold well and are very fun so why not make a movie? I mean there are many other popular franchises that have movies, like Super Mario Brothers or Street Fighter. Lets just hope it goes the route of Street Fighter so we can get Rollercoaster Tycoon: The Movie, The Game. Anyone think this has any potential? I’m pretty sure it doesn’t.


Alice Herz Sommer: Dancing Under The Gallows on Facebook

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Nick Reed produces Doc on the incredible woman ALICE

Music, yes music saved my life”

Alice Herz-Sommer is 106 years old. As well as being the second oldest person living in London, England – she is more significantly the world’s oldest survivor of Hitler’s holocaust.

As might be expected Alice is rather unique. Living entirely alone in a tiny private purpose built apartment block she spends hours each day at her piano, practicing beloved Bach and Beethoven, for she was once a renowned and celebrated concert pianist performing to enthusiastic audiences throughout central Europe. But of course, all of that was before… before the ‘lights went out all over Europe’ and the continent was plunged into years of misery and bitter conflict.

During those years Alice suffered experiences that no human being should have to endure. She saw both her mother and her husband put aboard the transports to Auschwitz and yet today she speaks of those times with an absence of malice and quiet grace that wins the hearts of all who know her. Along with her six-year-old son, Raphael, Alice was imprisoned in the Theresienstadt concentration camp where her most enduring memories are of her … Read More »